World governments have reverse engineered alien technology

The Navy’s “UFO patents” emerged with the power to promote space travel and provide unlimited energy. But where did this technology come from? Is it real? Could this be a cover for reverse-engineered alien technology?

We also wonder if it is possible that world powers such as Russia or China are already using this technology. And are the Navy’s UFO patents meant to create some kind of false narrative

Since the UAP video was released by the Navy and confirmed to be authentic, the subject of UFOs has become much more common. The questions we just posed above were discussed in part in a Forbes article written by Energy contributor Ariel Cohen, and that will be our reference today.

What are the Navy’s UFO patents
If the Navy’s UFO patents really do what they describe, they have the potential to transform science and society as we know it.

Every one of the Navy’s UFO patents comes with diagrams, and the claims they make are truly astounding.

The Potential Benefits of a Room Temperature Superconductor

The Navy’s UFO patent for a room-temperature superconductor could be beneficial to energy costs because it would greatly reduce them. It is also what scientists and engineers lack to discover much more advanced technologies.

Dr. Salvatore Pais is credited with Navy UFO patents, and in 2019, he noted that room temperature superconductor is a highly disruptive technology that may bring about a total paradigm shift in science and technology. It would also have incredible commercial and military value.

For example, if the room-temperature superconductor were combined with the high-frequency gravitational wave generator, it would be possible to build an antigravity spacecraft.

Interestingly, the diagrams in this Navy UFO patent are shaped similarly to Bob Lazar’s 1989 UFO sighting claims. He claimed that the UFOs used “small 23-gram triangles” made from element 115 to create a field antigravity.

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Perhaps the most surprising patent is that of a hybrid aerospace-submarine ship. The Navy applied for this patent in 2016 and it was approved in 2018 with an expiration date of September 28, 2036.

It’s amazing because if you keep up with UFO stories and sightings, chances are you know the stories that describe UFOs rising out of the water and taking flight at incredible speeds.

If you look closely at the patents, they look a lot like what the Navy reported in the 2004 Nimitz videos, which are now very well known.

This aerospace-submarine hybrid craft patent claims to provide incredible speed and maneuverability, and is capable of flying through air, water, and space without a problem, and doesn’t leave a heat trail behind it.

The ship also creates a vacuum of polarized energy around itself, so air or water molecules are repelled when they try to interact with the ship.

The shape of the craft itself resembles a cone, but if you were to stand directly in front of or behind it, it would appear round, matching the description of many UFO sightings around the world.

Inside the ship, passengers are protected by a Faraday cage, which is very similar to Nikola Tesla’s UFO-like design.

According to Dr. Pais, the ship can create the fabric of reality as we know it on a very fundamental level by exploiting the laws of physics. As you can imagine, that’s no mean feat; it is quite extraordinary.

This type of aircraft can manipulate quantum field fluctuations to reduce the inertial and gravitational mass of the craft, which is why it can travel at such incredible speeds. For this reason, it can travel the vast distances of space faster than the speed of light.

Such technology can easily affect everything we know, which is why it’s such a game changer.

We have a whole video about a man who tried to introduce this technology to the public, a man named Viktor Grebennikov.

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The Navy checks UFO patents
At first, the USPTO thought these UFO patents were exaggerated, but the Navy defended them, as War Zone reported in 2019.

Dr. James Sheehy, who is the Chief Technology Officer of the US Naval Aviation Corporation, sent a letter to the USPTO where he endorsed the UFO patents thus verifying them.

Once the USPTO accepted the patents, they were released to the public. It is important to note that the Navy could have easily kept them classified and hidden from public knowledge.

So why did they choose to be forthcoming with these patents? Well, there is a lot of speculation on the matter even to this day.

Officially, they did this to keep up with China, a country that was already making significant investments in aerospace technologies that were very similar to what Navy pilots reported in well-known UFO encounters.

This begs the question: Do Navy UFO patents describe aircraft that China is already using?

Technology that will exist
If China already has this kind of technology, is the Navy trying to catch up, or does it want world leaders to know that the US also has access to this kind of potential?

The aforementioned letter that Dr. Sheehy addressed to the USPTO suggests that the Navy prefers to keep the patent rather than pay endlessly to use this powerful technology that will exist in reality.

Speculation also points to a false narrative, and the Navy’s UFO patents are part of that. It is possible that making this information public is intended to convince competitors or adversaries that the technology is real or at least make them doubt it.

Who is Dr. Salvatore Pais?
Dr. Salvatore Cezar Pais is credited with Navy UFO patents, but who is he? Well, he’s an aerospace engineer who used to work in the Aircraft Division of the Naval Air Warfare Center in Maryland.

His credentials have been verified by Forbes and he worked at the Pentagon for decades. As you can imagine, his work there is classified.

Like many others who are connected with alleged alien knowledge, Dr. Pais has very little online presence and is a very mysterious person.

It’s also important to note that Dr. Pais acknowledged another person on some of the patents, Dr. Harold E. Puthoff, co-founder and vice president of science and technology at To The Stars Academy.

In 2017, the TTSA reported on the development of Advanced Electromagnetic Vehicles, and the concept is very similar to Dr. Pais’ patents.

In February 2021, War Zone provided an update on the Navy’s UFO patents. At first the Navy supported patents, but now they seem to dampen hopes of potential breakthroughs.

There is confirmation that a three-year $508,000 evaluation has yielded no evidence of the Country Effect. The failed and expensive experiments were put to rest in 2019, and no further investigation appears to have been done.

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Will Dr. Salvatore Pais finally be proven right?
Dr. Pais himself has stated that his work will not end until the Country Effect is enabled. He also stated that experts in the field believe his work will one day be proven correct. This was said in an email to The War Zone in 2019.

Since then, he has transferred twice. As mentioned above, he worked at NAWCAD and then moved to the Navy’s Strategic Systems Programs. After this, it seems that he continued to work on the patent for an underwater vessel.

More recently, it was reported that Dr. Pais began working in the Air Force. This means that, by the looks of it, the Armada’s brief venture into weird science has come to an end. At least as far as this service is concerned.

Today, no one really knows what might happen next, but there is hope for breakthroughs. In the summer, we look forward to an official government report on advanced aerial threats that could provide a ton of new and exciting information.

If you want to stay up-to-date and learn all about the new information coming out, we’ll keep you posted and summarize it so you can stay in the know.


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